In lieu of Sherin and Lodgen’s annual Women’s Initiative “Doing Good Together” event, we’d like to share with you some of our favorite books, podcasts, shows and movies created by or concerning women. Whether timeless pieces of fiction or contemporary narratives, these stories have moved, sustained, angered, inspired, and galvanized us, and we hope they do the same for you.
Sherin and Lodgen is committed to the advancement and success of our women attorneys and professionals. The mission of our Women’s Initiative is to provide an internal network of support that fosters growth and achievement while connecting and learning with outside organizations that directly support women and women’s causes.
S&L Women Leaders
In 2020, our Women’s Initiative went virtual, but our mission stays the same. As part of this ongoing effort, and in honor of International Women’s Day, we spoke with the female attorneys in leadership roles here at Sherin and Lodgen about their careers, life outside of the office, and what it means to be a woman in the legal industry to them. Click the profiles below to view their Q&As.
Sherin and Lodgen is proud to have so many of our women attorneys and professionals recognized for their accomplishments in the legal profession and for their contributions to their communities.
Carla M. Moynihan (Real Estate) and Nancy S. Shilepsky (Employment)
Ranked nationally and locally by U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Law Firms”
Paula G. Curry (Real Estate), Carla M. Moynihan (Real Estate), Nancy S. Shilepsky (Employment), Sara Jane Shanahan (Insurance), and Jennifer L. Ioli (Ones to Watch)
Carla M. Moynihan, Sara Jane Shanahan (Top 50 Women in MA), Nancy S. Shilepsky (Top 50 Women in MA), Beth A. Goldstein (Rising Star) and Jennifer L. Ioli (Rising Star)
Carla M. Moynihan, Sara Jane Shanahan, and Nancy S. Shilepsky have all been named “Top Women of Law” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and Beth A. Goldstein has been named an “Up and Coming” Lawyer
Beth A. Goldstein, 2020 Women in Real Estate Spotlight
Beth A. Goldstein and Jennifer L. Ioli graduates of NAIOP Massachusetts Leadership Institute
In Celebration of Women: Female Restaurateur
As part of our “Doing Good Together” initiative, Sherin and Lodgen’s Women’s Initiative would like to highlight some of our favorite local female restaurateurs as a continuation of our Q&A Series, launched in March in honor of International Women’s Month.
- Haley Fortier, Founder and Owner of haley.henry wine bar and nathálie wine bar. Read more from Haley here.
- Carolina Salinas and Carolina Garcia, Co-Founders and Owners of Carolicious. Read more from “The Carolinas” here.
- Maria Rondeau, Co-Founder and Owner of Celeste. Read more from Maria here.
- Katrina Jazayeri, Owner and Wine Commander of Juliet + Co. Read more from Katrina here.
- Cassie Piuma, Chef and Owner of Sarma. Read more from Cassie here.
- Sumiao Chen, Founder and Co-Owner of Sumiao Hunan Kitchen. Read more from Sumiao here.
In Celebration of Women: Women in Renewable Energy
The third installment of our Women’s Initiative’s “In Celebration of Women Q&A Series” features women in the Renewable Energy industry, working every day to create a cleaner future.
- Bethany Bartlett, General Counsel and Vice President, Kearsarge Energy
- Emily Byrne (Mann), Senior Director, Citizens Solar
- Deborah Howitt Easton, Assistant General Counsel, Ameresco Inc.
- Jillian Wagner, Commercial Loan Officer, Cambridge Trust Company
Beth A. Goldstein, interviewed during our first segment of the series, S&L leaders, is chair of the firm’s national Renewable Energy Practice Group, which represents lenders, developers, municipalities, and companies committed to sustainability through solar, wind, hydro, and energy storage initiatives. Attorneys Colleen V. Collins, Paula G. Curry, Jennifer L. Ioli, Tanya L. Larrabee, and Carla M. Moynihan are also integral members of the group. To learn more about S&L’s renewable energy experience and capabilities, visit the practice group page.